Changing your license classification can lead to greater income potential and career opportunities!
Note: A certified residential appraiser is an individual that can appraise a one-to-four unit residential property without regard to complexity or transaction value, and non-residential property up to a transaction value of $250,000.
Receive the additional 50 hours you need to meet the certified residential education requirement. Simply enroll in the program, complete the training and get the background you need to pass the Certified Residential Exam. As a practicing appraiser, you will learn to identify and complete challenging assignments more efficiently and to use statistical concepts to process data, and ultimately complete assignments faster.
Enroll now or talk with an Allied Representative today.